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2020-2021 Activity Report

Discover the accomplishments of the Sentinel North interdisciplinary research community

Read the 2020-2021 Activity Report

Research highlights

The Sentinel North teams are joining forces to generate knowledge and technological advances that lead to a better understanding of the changing northern environment and its impact on human health.

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Opportunities and competitions

Sentinel North offers many learning and funding opportunities that all students and professors are invited to seize.

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Sentinel North Author Fund

The Fund is intended to support first-author publications by graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in subscription or open-access journals. Next deadline : February 1st, 2021.

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Environment | Health | Innovation

With its Sentinel North strategy, Université Laval fosters the convergence of expertise, transformative research, the development of new technologies and the training of a new generation of interdisciplinary researchers aimed at improving our understanding of the northern environment and its impact on humans and their health.

news

  • 2021 Scientific Meeting: congratulations to the winners!

    We invite you to discover the winners of the 2021 Scientific Meeting poster and oral presentation competitions! Congratulations to all participants for a high caliber competition. 

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  • Fall 2021 Training workshops

    This Fall, hone your skills with the new online workshops offered by Sentinel North and its partners. With some of the most qualified speakers in their field, these workshops are open to every... read more

  • Sentinel North excellence scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships competition

    Be part of the new generation of scientists for the North! Sentinel North announces its excellence scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships competition, from September 1 to October 13, 2021.

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An unprecedented transdisciplinary strategy

Sentinel North is made possible, in part, thanks to funding from Canada First Research Excellence Fund.